Wednesday, February 20, 2008

10 Comments:

Blogger Alvin Richard said...

Stunning duo! Love it!

2/20/2008  
Blogger Ambera said...

Beautiful diptych Cooper. They're harder than they look, you make it look easy. Very powerful and mood piece.

2/20/2008  
Blogger silvina said...

Really strong pieces. I have a question; do you frame these? does it still work well as a diptych if you frame them?

2/20/2008  
Blogger n warner said...

Wonderful Cooper. It's got great breadth and you feel the deepness of the ocean...the diptych really adds to this. Nina

2/20/2008  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thanks Alvin!

2/21/2008  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thanks Ambera. It took a little squeezing to get both views onto two panels.

2/21/2008  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Hi Silvina, I haven't framed these yet. I think a black "floater" frame would work well for both framed seperately. That's how I would do it, but I've seen diptychs framed under one frame and it works too. I guess I like the option to keep it tight together or put some distance between them.

2/21/2008  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thanks Nina! I like that you get a sense of depth.

2/21/2008  
Blogger silvina said...

I see. thanks.

2/21/2008  
Blogger Candy Barr said...

Love them together and the split line. Not sure how floating frames would look, as it adds minimum 6 vertical lines. Wonder if it could be ONE floating frame around both, with one reveal between them?

Really expressing the winter months in your paintings the last month Cooper. And the laundry was so positive and nurturing. Bravo to you.

2/21/2008  

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